A Hydroponic Farm for Teens Grows in Bed-Stuy Check out the latest article on our farm!
Our principal, Ms. Emily, was featured on DNAInfo as the Principal of the Week! Check out her interview here: Clinton Hill Principal Believes Kids Thrive When They’re Not Segregated
We were featured on PIX11! Check out the link: Students from the Urban Assembly Unison School are harvesting cucumbers at a farm in Brooklyn. And they didn’t even have to leave their building in Clinton Hill to get there.
I’m a New York City school administrator. Here’s how segregation lives on.
Check out our students and their work on our soon to be hydroponic classroom garden! Unison Middle Schoolers Grow Fresh Produce to Feed the Community
Check out Unison’s own Daniel on ABC Tiempo TV! Daniel was interview around his apprenticeships this semester with Citizen Schools. He was in the Video Game Design apprenticeship with SQUARE and the Adlab apprenticeship with Google. Our students are amazing!
Principal Emily Paige Jarrell, Citizen Schools Executive Director Kathrine Mott, and eighth grade student Arianna were interviewed on BRIC Television! They discussed the innovative ways that the Unison/CS partnership exposes students to 21st century careers in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics (STEM) through the fantastic apprenticeship programs. Watch the video here to see Arianna talk […]
99% of our students were matched to schools from their applications in this first round! 84% of our students got one of their first five choices! 78% of our students got one of their first three choices! 43% of our students GOT THEIR FIRST CHOICE!!!
The New York Times profiled an educational model called “Escuela Nueva” in Colombia that has a lot of the same features as Learning Cultures: students in small groups taking responsibility for their own learning, teachers as guides rather than keepers of information, resources for students to choose what they study…..check out out here!
Check out this article from the New York Times that speaks to the strength of the Learning Cultures model we use. We are building the smartest teams here at Unison through our Cooperative Unison Reading approach.